Bangalore (Agencies): A local Karnataka court on Wednesday will hear complaints filed against Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa and others over charges of corruption in land deal issue.

The hearing was adjourned on Tuesday after counsel for petitioner, Sirajin Basha, CH Hanumantharaya said he would submit his objections on Wednesday.

Basha and another advocate Balaraj have filed five complaints against Yeddyurappa, his sons BY Vijendra and BY Rahavendra, MP and others after Governor H R Bhardwaj gave consent to prosecute them.

Additional City Civil and Session Court Judge CB Hippargi aimed at the petitioners to file their objections on an application moved by Sohan Kumar, son-in-law of Yeddyurappa, seeking a stay on the proceedings on the ground that the matter was under investigations by the Lokayukta.

The complaints pertain to 15 alleged instances of irregularities in denotification and allotment of land by Yeddyurappa.
Karnataka CM has admitted that he had committed a "mistake" by allotting land to his sons.